Tom Jenkinson ‎– Bubble And Squeak E.P.

Label:
Worm Interface ‎– wi006
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, Yellow Sleeve
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Tracklist

A Bubble 6:15
B Squeak 7:27

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed ByKudos

Credits

Notes

Three versions exist of this release:
1) Initial pressing (200 copies) in limited yellow hand drawn silk screened sleeves (this version).
2) A pressing in a generic grey die-cut sleeve.
3) A pressing in a picture sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): the driver is here.

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keymap-records

keymap-records

September 25, 2016
edited 12 months ago
Dismayed by the meh reviews of this one. This is one of my favorite Squarepusher albums and IMHO the perfection of his fusion of 90s dnb and 70s jazz. Impeccable mindblowing drum programming, fantastic Jaco-esque upper register bass guitar solos over deep sub basslines, beautiful original melodic compositions centered around Fender Rhodes jazz chords, more complex than 99.9% of other jungle/breakcore before or since. None of the schizo soundtracky/discoish detours his music can sometimes take or overreliance on DSP, just pure instrumental bass worship and Amen permutation bliss. Maybe not the all time best Squarepusher album if only because it's only 2 tracks long, but definitely an essential one.
octo7

octo7

July 8, 2015
Kind of muzak vibes with some interesting drum programming and sub bass but overall not an essential release. very Plug-influenced. Check out Plug volume 2 EP if you like this.
robcypher

robcypher

March 27, 2012

It's okay, if rather brief (it's really only a double-sided single, despite the EP designation)